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Photography 101: Low key photography

This is the sixth in my ‘Photography 101’ series, aimed at helping people feel more confident with their camera. Ideally you’ll have read all of the others before now. For best results, follow the ‘Homework assignments’ and try the exercises. You’ll get to know your camera a lot quicker if you do. Yesterday we started […]

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Photography 101: High key photography

This is the fifth in my ‘Photography 101’ series, aimed at helping people feel more confident with their camera. Ideally you’ll have read all of the others before now. For best results, follow the ‘Homework assignments’ and try the exercises. You’ll get to know your camera a lot quicker if you do. Today, we start […]

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Photography 101: Combining ISO, shutter speed and aperture

This is the fourth in my ‘Photography 101’ series, aimed at helping people feel more confident with their camera. Ideally you’ll have read all of the others before now, although quick recaps are included here. For best results, follow the ‘Homework assignments’ and try the exercises. You’ll get to know your camera a lot quicker […]

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Photography 101: ISO numbers – how smooth do you want your photos?

This is the third in my ‘Photography 101’ series, aimed at helping people feel more confident with their camera.You don’t need to read the posts on shutter speed and aperture first, as long as you read all three of these before you go any further. For best results, follow the ‘Homework assignments’ and try the […]

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Photography 101: Aperture – how much of your photo should be in focus?

This is the second in my ‘Photography 101’ series, aimed at helping people feel more confident with their camera.You don’t need to read the post on shutter speed first, as long as you read them both. For best results, follow the ‘Homework assignments’ and try the exercises. You’ll get to know your camera a lot […]

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Photography 101: Shutter speed – how much movement do you want in your photos?

This is the first in my ‘Photography 101’ series, aimed at helping people feel more confident with their camera. For best results, follow the ‘Homework assignments’ and try the exercises. You’ll get to know your camera a lot quicker if you do! Shutter speed is the easiest of the concepts to understand, but in my […]